CANTO: Lamb of God, Primitive Man, Cult of Lilith, and More

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Sorry this is coming at you so late… no I’m not.

  • Lamb of God coming our way with some interesting collaboration updates. Looks like they are teaming up with Nightflyer Roastworks to create what will be called Memento Mori Coffee. Mmmmm… caffeine.
  • A couple new videos today. The first comes from Cult of Lilith, for “Purple Tide”. Their debut full-length drops on September 4th through Metal Blade Records, titled Mara.
  • Anaal Nathrakh will release their 11th full-length, Endarkenment, via Metal Blade Records, on October 2nd. They released the title-track today as well, which is fine. But that album art is, uh, something.
  • Primitive Man dropped a new music video for “Entity”, taken from the upcoming new album, Immersion. That one drops on August 14th through Relapse Records. And yes, it is heavy as shit.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb

CANTO: Incantation, Gojira, The Devil’s Trade, and More

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People. Are. Assholes. That’s the one thing I learned from this past weekend.

“Ein Bier…. bitte.”
– cmb

CANTO: Wolves In The Throne Room, Obsidian Kingdom, Tomorrow’s Rain, and More

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“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb

Album Review: Inter Arma – “Garbers Days Revisited”

Goddamn I love a good cover.  There’s something so humanizing about having a band bare their influences to the world, and whether they choose to do something that reinvents a classic or they simply let loose and jam to one of their favorites, it’s so refreshing and a much-needed break from the temptation to always put up a serious front.  Enter Inter Arma and their new covers album Garbers Days Revisited, which lets loose with a wide range of covers, inclusive of everything from Venom to Neil Young to Prince and Tom Petty, but never gives up the good-time vibes. Continue reading

CANTO: Inter Arma, Killswitch Engage, Scorpions, and More

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“I can’t comprehend society’s movement, the regression of human existence.”

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb